Thank you for your interest in Rome City Schools, where a superior academic program is the top priority of the School Board, administration, staff and faculty.
High expectations are held for each of our students. Rome City students are continually receiving special honors and awards that reflect the high quality of instruction in the educational programs.
In order to adequately reflect the pride in our schools, this web site has been developed for your assistance in becoming familiar with our school system.
Congratulations are due to the following winners in the state National History Day competition which was held at Mercer University in Macon on April 30. The first and second place finishers will represent our state in the national competition to be held at the University of Maryland near Washington D.C. the week of June 13. Rome High students earned two state championships, two second place and two third place finishes. In addition, Elena Diller, Julia Burton, Julia Taylor and Morgan Edwards won a special award from the Janis Group for their web site “The Public Debate on the Vietnam War,” which was named the best project related to military history.
Group Web Site
State Champions- “The Public Debate on the Vietnam War”-
Elena Diller, Julia Burton, Julia Taylor and Morgan Edwards
State Champions- “Women’s Suffrage Movement: The Debate, Successes, Failures and Consequences”-
Chantal LaPointe and Juhi Varshney
Group Video Documentaries
Second Place- “
Embryonic Stem Cells: The Ethical Debate - Phillip Spratling, Taylor Simpson and Jonathan Williams
Third Place- “Wild Horses: Symbols or Nuisances?”- Robina Gallagher
and Frannie Wilson
Second Place- “
Treaty of New Echota- Tessa Howard
Individual Web Site
Third Place- “Japanese Dolphin Harvesting”-